During the much talked about interview with Times Now Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami, Rahul Gandhi was asked about his Cambridge degree.
Goswami raised the issue of Subramanian Swamy taking a dig at Rahul's M Phil degree from Cambridge University saying that the 'degree was a lie.'
Rahul in response to this said: "You want me to show you my degree, I can show you my degree. He has probably seen my degree, I have given a sworn affidavit saying that I have got these degrees."
Here is a new revelation about Rahul Gandhi's degree at Cambridge.
An article published in the Telegraph on Feb 19 says:
"Rahul Gandhi took the name 'Rahul Vinci' when he studied for a year at Trinity College, Cambridge, from 1994-95...University sources pointed out that the 'Red Book', which contains the names of Cambridge University members, lists him as: 'VINCI, Rahul T MPHIL95.' The “T” stands for his college, Trinity, where both his great grandfather, Jawaharlal Nehru, and father, Rajiv Gandhi, were undergraduates."